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    Thank you. I will be using this on my bike over the winter. As the wiring is in sad shape and I have OCD when it comes to clean simple wiring lol

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    The link is not working and I am about to start the wiring on my bike. Anyone have this saved somewhere else?

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    I'm sure Jim has it saved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Ricks View Post
    I'm sure Jim has it saved.
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    I know Jim isn't crazy about this crude drawing because it doesn't show ground points but it should help you connect the things that are really needed.

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    Excellent schematic. Anyone have any idea where else the grounds would go?

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    How about this, from the book. Hope it's viewable. I can't figure out how to post a larger pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChicagoBob View Post
    How about this, from the book. Hope it's viewable. I can't figure out how to post a larger pic.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mindtrip View Post
    Excellent schematic. Anyone have any idea where else the grounds would go?
    By definition, the "grounds" would go to a common point, such as the chassis.

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    Thanks, Steve. I did this as an exercise to help in diagnosing a problem, and I keep fiddling with it and making new ones. Isolating each system helps in understanding how it all should work.

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